Emile Schepers

 
 
Emile Schepers

Emile Schepers is a veteran civil and immigrant rights activist. Emile Schepers was born in South Africa and has a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Northwestern University. He has worked as a researcher and activist in urban, working-class communities in Chicago since 1966. He is active in the struggle for immigrant rights, in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and a number of other issues. He now writes from Northern Virginia.

 

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Red baiting, union busting, colonialism at center of CP’s activity

Red baiting, union busting, colonialism at center of CP’s activity

Combatting red baiting in Italy, union busing in Australia, and colonialism in Palestine are among the issues addressed in this week's International Notes.

Communist parties weigh in on women’s rights, referendums and self-determination

Communist parties weigh in on women’s rights, referendums and self-determination

Democratic referendums, women's rights and anti-corruption measures and more in this week's International Notes.

BY:Emile Schepers| October 6, 2017
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The immigration struggle reaches a crisis point

The immigration struggle reaches a crisis point

Trump is governing the way he campaigned: by making immigrants the brunt of his racist appeals.

BY:Emile Schepers| October 3, 2017
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Communists on the front lines

Communists on the front lines

Indian communists protest journalist's murder, Catalan reds support referedum, CP of Peru accesses teacher's strike and more in this week's International Notes.

Communists combat waves of repression

Communists combat waves of repression

ISIS massacre in Syria, genocide in Myanmar, white washing history in Ukraine: all of this and more in this week's International Notes.

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